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  • Apple fined $9m for misleading repair claims

    Apple fined $9m for misleading repair claims

    Technology giant Apple has been fined $9 million in court for misleading hundreds of customers about their rights over faulty iPads and iPhones.

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  • Thousands of businesses ripped off in domain con

    Thousands of businesses ripped off in domain con

    Two related domain registration companies have been collectively fined almost $2 million after sending misleading renewal invoices to around 300,000 Australian businesses.

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  • Buying property with your super

    Buying property with your super

    Investing using your superannuation is easier thanks to new legislation that allows superannuation funds to be used to borrow money for purchasing property.

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  • Your Airbnb side gig might just have got less lucrative

    Your Airbnb side gig might just have got less lucrative

    Under new NSW regulations Airbnb hosts will be limited to renting out their property only 180 nights a year, and the property sector is split on what this means.

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  • Security firm to refund $740,000 for services not provided

    Security firm to refund $740,000 for services not provided

    A prominent security firm has been ordered to repay customers almost three-quarters of a million dollars after charging customers for security patrols that it did not conduct.

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  • How to sell a business fast

    How to sell a business fast

    When selling a business, a detailed plan will ensure that a sale will go well without it getting too complicated. My Business provides some foolproof ways on how to sell a business fast.

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  • How to set up an eBay home business

    How to set up an eBay home business

    eBay is a way for individuals to buy and sell items to gain profit on the side, but what if an individual decides to become a full-fledged eBay business person? My Business discusses the necessary...

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  • CBA admits ignoring customer concerns

    CBA admits ignoring customer concerns

    The Commonwealth Bank is the latest victim of the royal commission, after documents revealed attempts to cover up business customer complaints about interest rates being double charged.

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  • Optus fined $1.5m for misleading NBN customers

    Optus fined $1.5m for misleading NBN customers

    Forcing around 14,000 customers to switch onto its NBN plan or face disconnection has seen Optus handed penalties worth $1.5 million by the Federal Court.

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  • The beginner’s guide to eBay selling

    The beginner’s guide to eBay selling

    Online shopping platforms such as eBay allows anyone to become entrepreneurs. But how does a person prepare when it comes to creating and managing an eBay selling business?

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  • What sells best on eBay?

    What sells best on eBay?

    For budding eBay entrepreneurs, it can be hard to determine what items are sellable enough to help the online business remain up and running, especially during its first few stages. My Business...

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  • Global politics catch Aussie SMEs in the crossfire

    Global politics catch Aussie SMEs in the crossfire

    A rebalancing of the Chinese economy and fears of a trade war between the world’s two largest economies will see substantial risks arise for some Aussie exporters, while others will see new...

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  • Record $46m penalty for cartel collusion

    Record $46m penalty for cartel collusion

    The highest ever penalty handed out for breaching competition rules has been handed to a foreign company, with the $46 million bill a substantial increase on the original penalty after an appeal...

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  • Businesses to be punished for failing to safeguard data

    Businesses to be punished for failing to safeguard data

    Securing business data is not just a legal requirement but a means of customer retention, with a survey suggesting consumers would actively boycott any company that does not properly safeguard...

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  • Government launches offensive on procurement

    Government launches offensive on procurement

    Firms supplying to Commonwealth departments and agencies could be in for a rude shock after the government announced plans to shake-up its procurement procedures to exclude certain businesses.

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  • Australian exporters holding back their own growth

    Australian exporters holding back their own growth

    A global trade expert has claimed Australian businesses are falling well behind in embracing technology, and the government is only contributing further to the malaise.

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  • Price competition widens among fuel giants

    Price competition widens among fuel giants

    While the cost of petrol is a common gripe, an investigation of the major fuel sellers has found price competition alive and well – with some operators standing out for higher prices than their peers.

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  • The Killers launch campaign to support music venues

    The Killers launch campaign to support music venues

    American rock band The Killers has headlined the launch of a campaign designed to leverage big names to support smaller entertainment venues, artists and businesses compete against larger players.

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  • Instagram, eBay launch business-friendly features

    Instagram, eBay launch business-friendly features

    Social media giant Instagram and global marketplace eBay have separately announced new features they claim will enhance the experience of SMEs selling on their respective platforms.

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  • Robotic food franchise sets up shop in Australia

    Robotic food franchise sets up shop in Australia

    Established food operators will soon have a new competitor among the mix, with an US-based robotic food franchise announcing it has secured an $18 million agreement to rollout in Australia.

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